Thank you to all who attended my exhibit at Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary.

I'm currently looking for new venues to display my photography and will post the latest information here.


Thank you to those who visited the previous Moose Hill exhibit "Looking Back....Moving Forward" in January and February 2016 which displayed five of my photographs. I greatly appreciate the support of those who purchased prints during the exhibit.


Thank you to all who visited the "Thoreau's Natural World" exhibit at the Concord Art Association during the month of October 2013.

I greatly appreciate the support of those who purchased prints during the exhibit.

The photographs were designed to illustrate Thoreau's writings and emulate the look and feel of early New England landscape photography from his era.

Samples can be seen in the "Homage To Daguerre" collection on this website.

Framed prints and larger sizes are still available with pricing below on this page.

We were very fortunate to have received publicity from The Boston Globe, The Concord Journal and WCVB-TV5's Chronicle program.



Here is a link to a video of the show:

More information at:


Several of my images illustrate the "Open Spaces" article in the Summer 2012 edition of WellesleyWeston Magazine.


Thank you to all of the several thousand people who viewed the February 2012 exhibit at the Wellesley Free Library. I appreciate all those who took the time to email me comments on the show.

A special thank you to all who purchased prints. I greatly appreciate your support.

During the month of February 2012 this website was viewed by people in all 50 states and on every continent except Antarctica. Welcome!

12x16 matted prints in 16x20 wood frames are still available for $195. Larger prints without frames can also be made. Price list below. Please email me via the contact page for details.


The MetroWest Daily News and The Milford Daily News published an excellent article by Chris Bergeron with color photographs about this exhibit in the Sunday, Feb 12, 2012 “Arts and More” Section C. Here is the link:


The article also appears with different images in the Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 edition of The Wellesley Townsman and the Friday, Feb.24, 2012 edition of the regional Country Gazette.

A Spring image of Wellesley's Fuller Brook Park appears on the final page of the Spring 2012 edition of WellesleyWeston Magazine.





New England Wilds


An Exhibition of Color

and Monochrome

Landscape Photographs

by Art Donahue





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For the past 30 years, I’ve been photographing the New England landscape with a medium format Pentax 6X7 film camera and now a Sony A7Rll 42-megapixel digital camera. During the film years, I could control the photography but I had to rely on others to create Cibachrome photographic prints. 

Now, progress in color management, print quality and longevity has finally reached a point where I can personally control and create my own prints. This exhibition in Wellesley is the first time these prints have been seen in public. It’s also the first time the locations in these photographs have been identified.

I greatly appreciate the opportunity to photograph nature preserves, wildlife sanctuaries, trails and parks throughout New England. They are the inspiration for my work.




The prints are 12x16 inches, acid-free matted and mounted behind glass in 16x20 wooden frames. Dark brown frames for color images and black frames for black and white images.

Prints are made with pigment inks with longevity ratings of over one hundred years (Wilhelm Imaging Research) on thick 100% cotton rag paper stock containing no artificial optical brighteners.

Framed prints are priced at $195.00


Price List for prints only:



8”x10”                $65

11”x14”               $85

12”x18”             $105

16”x20”            $150

16”x24”            $200

20”x24”            $250

20”x30”            $300

24”x36”            $350


For more information, please contact me via the Contact Page of this website.

Thank you for your interest.

Art Donahue